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The picture presents a lonely
place on the border of four elements:
sea, sky, rock, and tree.
Maybe this picture will provide
an appropriate background
for your interdisciplinary meditation

You are invited to submit here your original ideas which cross the boundaries of existing disciplines, or lay the foundation for a new discipline, or introduce a new paradigm into an existing discipline. The Intelnet will provide the dissemination and discussion of your ideas and will establish your priority by marking the date of submission (the date will be stamped automatically on your submission).

Immediately after the submission of your idea it will be placed in the Bank (Repository) and will be open for every user on the Internet to read and/or post a response. All ideas can be found in the repository. Follow-up dialogue and comment threads are displayed by clicking on the ideas themselves.

Several suggested areas for innovative thinking:

  • New cognitive concepts and research methods in the humanities
  • New disciplines and fields of scholarship
  • New artistic and literary movements
  • New styles of behavior
  • New spiritual practices and and religions
  • New comprehensive metaphysical principles and systems
  • Metaphysics of everyday life
  • Alternative civilizations
  • Possible worlds

The genre of an exposition: scholarly discourse or analytical essay. Please, no fiction or poetry. It would be probably easier for you to enter the description of your idea by coping it from your regular word processing program/files and pasting it in the window. But you can also print it directly in the window.

We ask that you enter the requested information in the blanks below. Name, subject, and email are mandatory. We reserve the right to delete posts unsuitable for this forum. Please: no advertising of any kind.

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Idea Summary:
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